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, mr. monk. just a girl, trying to be a little less lonely. - i don't have a lot of happy memories. watching that show was about it. now it's gone. - well, if that's true, i'm really sorry. can you forgive me? - no. - don't be mad. i know how you hate surprises, so i'm just gonna warn you. i'm gonna be surprising you. - what? when? - in about ten seconds. this is sort of a heads-up, like a surprise alert. - wait. you can't just burst in here and say, "surprise alert." you have to give me a little warning. - oh, okay, sorry. this is the surprise alert warning. this is the surprise alert. now... surprise! i called ambrose, and he told me this was your favorite snack. ten round crackers, a glass of apple juice with one ice cube. - what's going on? - and i rented this, your favorite show. - i don't have a favorite show. - mr. monk, i know how important this show is to you. okay, you can still enjoy it. you can still watch it. all right, all right, you're 12 years old. it's tuesday night. it's 8:00. you've been waiting all week. it's cooper clan time. ♪ make yourself at home with the
we use this. a silly puddy you put on if you have things of value you don't want breaking in an earthquake, grab this. all hardware stores have them. anybody have this at home? >> this is, why is this a hazard aside from it being in an earthquake? most of the home it is built in the city before the 1850's was meant for one socket not for a stereo and everything plugged into it it was meant for one item. hazardous material. this draino and different things, read the labels. it's important to know what you have in the home in case somebody injest it. make sure you know what you have so you don't cross contaminate. you don't want to put bleach next to ammonia. in a disaster if /taeu break and mix, what will happen. you will have a hazardous material place in your house. how about this? the typical garage. most people don't have gas in the suburbs you do. if you have lawn mowers. store it low. gas fumes will creep down to the bottom. if you have to store gas, store it mostly full. if you have an empty gas container -- if you want to protect yourself put cords across it so it
the door with the back of your hand. if it's hot and you don't see smoke, open it slowly, take a look inside, you know if it's a small fire and you can put it out, do it. work in pairs. the second person is your back up. if the fire is too big, close the door and get help. have 2 emergency exits if you can. there is a fire escape there and the stairway we came up, there's your 2 exists. you seen these before? the hose cabinets. there is a fire extinguisher in there, 50 feet of hose. a nozzle and water in there you can turn it on. don't do what he's doing. if you turn this on you will have a pile of spaghetti with hose. one person take the hose out to where you are going to put the fire out. tonight open the door, yet and have the other person turn the water on. if you don't feel comfortable, get out. keep yourself safe. we have gauze. this is made of cotton. what class of fire is that? a. >> we have some fire. we have air. we have heat. we have a fire going. if i went in like that what did i just do? >> smoth erred it. simple; right . remember the hot water heater, we say do
security and healthcare health related entitlements and you don't have a problem. that is sort of like saying on pluti i would be svelte. i'm not sure i buy the analogy. it is what it is. medicaid and medicare and down the road social security they are all suffering from the same problem too little money coming in for the money going out now or soon to go out. >> you are giving the president even too much credit there. if you read what the left is saying about the budget problem reit now what they are saying is it is a healthcare problem and they don't mean a medicare medicaid problem. they would say it is the private sector healthcare costs that are out of control and that is why we can't get any of the other spending under control. >> neil: even if you worked on healthcare tonight you would still have a lot of headache tomorrow. i can not see the guy who looks at these books i would assume more than i do because he is the president then he would quickly understand money in/money out. >> this is the reason why if you listen to you played that clip b nancy pelosi saying we will look fo
extinguisher. you don't want to learn out to house an extinguisher when they big fire is in front of you. when you turn off your natural gas and water. hazardous materials will be talked about next week. 35-40 percent of you. you will find out that all of you have hazardous material in your home. the third week is disaster medicine. you, going into a room spending 45 seconds on one person into 3 life saving techniques. by the fourth we we will teach you as search and rescuers how to keep yourself safe by identifying safe and none safe building to go into. sometimes objects are too heavy for you to liftoff of a body. we will teach you privying which will use anything you have, wood or cement blocks so you is see that people can lift heavy objects off of people. now, you have to have a plan. every program needs to have a plan. we can't say, here are your skills. class 6, after half an hour we will split you into teams of 10 people each. putting out the fires. you will go into a dark room and doing a search. you will be treating people with injuries on them. be doing privying. lifting heavy objec
kill you ♪ i could be wrong now ♪ but i don't think so ♪ 'cause it's a jungle out there ♪ ♪ it's a jungle out there ♪ 'cause it's a jungle out there ♪ oh hi, yes. wow you really went all out on the decorations, huh? yeah, but i'm so slow taking them down after all the fatty holiday food. but that's normal. what do you mean that's normal? it doesn't have to be. to me normal means feeling good inside. not slow. try some activia. activia helps with occasional irregularity when eaten three times a day. keep a video diary and let me know about your new normal. wthe sadness, anxiety,e pleasthe loss of interest. the fatigue and aches and pains. depression hurts. cymbalta can help with many symptoms of depression. tell your doctor right away if your depression worsens, you have unusual changes in behavior or thoughts of suicide. antidepressants can increase these in children, teens, and young adults. cymbalta is not for children under 18. people taking maois, linezolid or thioridazine or with uncontrolled glaucoma should not take cymbalta. taking it with nsaid pain relievers, aspir
. - you didn't do anything. that's the problem. you didn't say a single word all night. i don't understand. why did you want to come? you begged me to invite you. - i didn't want to be alone. you were gonna be gone all weekend. - it's embarrassing. those people are my oldest friends. everybody thought you were sick or something. you just walked around rearranging spoons and plates and sweeping up crumbs. couldn't you have at least tried? - i tried. i smiled. i smiled a lot. - you were wincing! - that's my smile. that's how i smile. i'm just not a people person. - but what does that mean? what does that mean? you're not human? actually, you know what? that would explain a lot. it wouldn't explain everything, but it would explain a lot. [bang] - uh-- - did you hear that? - that can't be good. - why are we in this car? - i told you julie borrowed my car. she's moving some furniture. - we are in the wrong car. this is the wrong car! - well, it's too late now! [engine sputters] ugh. it's not the radiator hose. - what about that? - that's the radiator hose. it's not that. it's not the battery. i
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that there was and excuse the word legitimacy to this. i still don't feel that way. but at least i know to my great satisfaction that money didn't change hands. my family is thrilled and delighted. and based on my family's enthusiasm, then i can live with this. >> this includes harry. >> harry doesn't know, doesn't care. the idea of going to the white house, i think, will really get his attention. but the rest of the family couldn't be more thrilled. so to me that's reason enough. and couldn't be happier and more grateful to the folks who made this mistake. >> it's a really classy group to be associated with. as you mentioned, johnny carson. you were there for that. >> i was there for that night. and i remember i was to follow ted koppel and it was the first of pain times i had to follow ted koppel. and that's to the where you want to be. because he is very, very funny. and as i said that night, maybe a little too funny for a newsman. this was, gosh, 90-- i don't know, way, way back, a long time ago, '94, something like that. >> rose: one of your guests tonight is one of the funniest newsmen we've
myself from something what that woman went through. but i don't want my ability to be hampered by the government. so i have an open mind. i don't feel as strongly as some people. >> kimberly: quick stepping on the constitution. we shouldn't run scared from bad guys. they can get these guns at a gun show regardless. >> bob: what i would like to do, i've got some numbers. he cites this two million people a year, save themselves from gun violence. can we bring up the stat study. guns are used in self-defense two million times a year, that is average of 5480 times per day and that is northwestern school of law. its nice story about this lady. i wonder if eric you could name me the other 5,000 that would protected that same day. >> you pulled up a stat that millions of people are saving their lives by owning guns. >> bob: that story got into the paper. i want to know, that is newsworthy story. the idea of two million people is bogus and it is a lie. >> it's from northwestern law school. >> bob: and they are lying. and writer of that was..., it's 5,480. i want to know where it is. >>
... this hibrido won't give me my money! don't break it. let me see. it says your account got no money. i know what it says, ladron! i've been robbed! rick's shutting down the computers in five minutes. why? what's going on? all i know is those guys have badges. they want to check the main computer. woman: ...can't believe you'd do that! ( man on speaker ): watch your back, bitch, or next time i'll have your head on a stick. corinne, you all right? oh, mr. dalton... yes, i'm fine. you should've gone home hours ago. i'm sorry, i got caught up in something. i'll see you tomorrow. yes, $100,000. i'm not sure how it got into our account. yes. you don't have any information? the tickets were sent to me. but i didn't make the reservations. that's my brother. he made them? i will call you back. we have to talk. i don't care what they told you. i didn't do anything to their computers. i believe you, but it's not up to me. i need another job. temp work's a little slow right now. call me in a week or two. ( sighs ) yeah, who is it? right time temps. i got a package here for a, uh, corinne kennedy? come on up
this hearing now because we don't have a lot of time and we've tried to have hearings previously but it was just hard pulling the different departments together with the responses to the questions that we had. so hopefully moewd, the person who's been working on this project is on i believe sick leave so unable to be here to respond, but i do believe that valley brown may be returning to work in district 5 office or at least that's the rumor. if that's the case then hopefully she'll be able to answer some of the questions that might come up today and that will definitely forward to her. also redevelopment agency certainly there's been a lot of really bad history in the western addition over the decades and accountability is something i think people would really like to see, so i am not sure how we necessarily achieve that other than continuing to kind of have to informational hearings and for people to continue to ask questions, which we will then again forward to redevelopment personnel to moewd and to the oversight board. but i believe that before supervisor mercurini left, h
: thank you. >> about the categorical exemptions. >> president chiu: thank you. why don't we continue and continue the clock as well. >> howard shaf ner president speaking to the nuts and bolts that supervisor wiener asked about, first of all, in our briefing i think we've dealt with that quite a bit, and also briefing from our council. but first of all, you can't have categorical exemption when there's cumulative impact with another project and that would be the case with the masonic -- project. the planning department itself sis in their brief the cumulative impact is the streets and their vicinity affected by the project. masonic is the major north-south thoroughfare and fell and oak are the major east-west thoroughfares. masonic has 32,000 motor vehicles a day it's a few blocks from baker street. in fact, they were going to remove a bus stop on central, which is only one block from masonic. the masonic project would remove all street parking on both sides of masonic for over half a mile including through fell street around 171 parking spaces reduce travel lanes on masonic during m
to go that way. okay, you want to go my way. 1, 2, 3. >> okay, why don't you stop. >> 1, 2, 3. >> make sure your back is straight. >> basically when you are using a ladder out there, make sure you keep the ladder 10 feet away from wires. make sure the ladder is secure, that it's on stable ground, that it's even. if it's on a hill, we really don't want you to use it on a hill, but if it's on a hill, make sure it's shimmieed with something stable. make sure it's at the right angle, we suggest 70 degrees. if you stick your hand on a rung, the angle of the ladder is about the right angle there. never let go of the ladder. stand in the center, climb straight up. if you climb on the edges of the rung, the ladder will go this way. look up so you know where you are going and you can see where you're going to climb. walk vertically. don't step off to the side of the ladder. kind of common sense. make sure you read chapter 7 through the . >> this class is managing a disaster. what happens and how do we fit in? emergency operation plan, everything is going to go through the mayor. you have the of
in journalism. sometimes they don't like to work together, but we tried to experiment. so far so good, as they say. >> host: why did it work for so long? >> guest: we think it worked because a similarity of work ethics. we both love to research and report. in effect, we both say that means we are of sound mind. nighter it means we like to -- nighter one likes to ride because that also means we are sound mind. similar work habits. i think a belief down deep of fairness in government and some case private interests and not always treat the average person fairly, and we sort of realize that early on in the partnership one way or another we have been writing about that ever since. >> host: donald barlett, the remember what your first project for the philadelphia enquirer was in 1971? >> guest: oh, yes. federal housing administration, fha. it was the fascinating project because it dragged on for two years. >> guest: they thought there were going to put this together for about three months, and we wrote some articles after three months, and it generated a tremendous response. what happened
to look on line to find out what did before i sign it. >> citing things that this really don't want us to see. john: what if you are hiding things you don't want the gornment to see? >> whatever it is that what. >> the founder of with a pds. >> the internet and communication. that wld be good. john: the teacher does not have to be good. john: freedom to put up. >> will increase. john: that's our show. ♪ john: what keeps you safe? what prevents fraud? most people you asks a government. government must lay out the rules and punish fraud. protect people. so government regulates. over the years as more regulaons and america we now have 170,000 pages of rules. people think we can't live without these, but then came the internet. almost entirely unreguted, and it works. it is given us a new level of freedom. let's call it freedom -- "freedom 2.0". i could not have imagined it before coble, would compete. i assume the services like those could not work. what a joke. who would buy an unseen product from a total stranger without government regulation, it would makeure that the sellers are hon
a study on us. the joke is a study to me he met i don't know, maybe the guy with the gold shirt will help them. [laughter] [talking over each other] >> all right,. melissa: that is all the "money" we have for you today. "the willis report" is coming up next. gerri: tonight, welfare recipients taking out cash outstripped countless we have details of a disturbing new story. welcome to "the willis report" we begin tonight with fears of tighter gun restrictions across the u.s. now there is growing concern say new legislation may soon put them out of business. joining me now is north american firearms. a gun store outside of chicago. welcome to you all. it's great to have you here. i am going to start with bernadette. take a look at the numbers here. it is unbelievable. we have had twice as many gun sales in november to december, as many background checks on the same time a year ago. it is astonishing how many guns are being sold across this country. what are your customers telling you about why they are buying? >> they are saying if they don't buy the guns now, they fear for the band. not onl
soon enough. >> now that we don't have a seawall down there or any type of protection down at the water, when i rebuild, what's going to stop the next storm? the real money should be spent on protecting the community from the ocean coming back up. there's nothing to stop the next storm from doing basically the same thing to the community, just flooding us, possibly killing us. >>> tonight, my favorite and most talked about interviews of the year. >> the most important thing to remember is i did not punch the guy. >> superstars. >> we have this amazing job, just show up and be prepared. >> scandals. >> any excuse i make, whether it was a rough time in my life, people there, my friends, they baited me, none of that matters. >> i love maria. she's been truly the only love that i've ever had. >> the laughs. >> you're not pronouncing it correctly. it's 50 shades of chartreuse. >> you look fantastic. >> the stories that shocked us. >> if you want to get high, you're going to get high. >> from heavyweights. >> i know how to handle them. i don't want to beat them up. >> to the fastest human ali
's very close to this president. i do not believe there will be a tough time for brennan. i don't know. john, what do you think? >> john, add to that the drone issue. there are a lot of people who have said that he was a big part of shaping the policy on shaping the unmanned aircraft and some people called them a tool for extra judicial killings. >> there will be -- i think best way to summarize it is this way. the hague el confirmation will be more personal. the brennan confirmation is more of a policy discussion. was the administration flat footed in benghazi? reactive or proactive with the arab spring? you make the point about the drones. this is very controversial. there are some democrat that is don't like it, sort of ron paul, rand paul libertarians that don't like it and facing sharp policy questions on that. the administration's policy will be when americans are wary of projecting military force overseas, the drone tactics have been largely effective. doesn't mean there won't be questions of using them going forward but i think the brennan confirmation process is about policy s
'm very comfortable. - you don't even like the show. you don't even know who christine rapp is. - i know who she is. she's an actress from an old tv show that my boss is obsessed with. - i'm not obsessed. i'm barely fixated. i'm--i'm--i'm mildly-- okay, i'm obsessed. that show was very important to me. - clearly. - tuesdays at 8:00. the cooper clan. it was like they were the only friends i had. - okay, so what are you gonna say to her? - i'm gonna say thank you. [overlapping chatter] - there she is! - christine, over here. - i love the book. - where have you been the last 20 years? - oh, i've been right here. where have you boys been? - it's 9:30. we should get to the bookstore. - yeah, give me a minute. - christine, you were pretty rough on some of your costars in the book. - i just told it like it was. - how do you think they'll react to that? - oh, they'll get over it. - steven dorn sounded pretty angry. - steven dorn can write his own book. - he said you better watch your back. - oh. well, maybe i should have one of you boys start my car for me. oh, wait, i don't need to. i can start
-seven. >yeah, i don't want to embarrass you. but he's probably made more money last month than we made all year, okay? you know, seriously, i mean one of his things it talks about how he generated 200,000 dollars in a single month. anybody do that? alright great, anybody at home you want to listen up. this is an amazing show and that's why i invited this young man back. uh.. how did you get started making money online? >>well actually i started going to college and i was going to go to law school so that was kind of my plan, and uh.. my dad has always been very wealthy. he was a self-made millionaire with real estate and when i started going to college when i went off to college, right as i got in my dad lost all of his money. he had taken all of his retirement from real estate and invested it in s- the stock market and he lost all of it so when i was my first day they were seeing me off to college and dad say "adrian, i want you to make sure that when you choose a career while you're in school that you choose a career that you have control over, and uh.. that will give you financial stability.
is to talk through what the different methods are. >> yes. >> we don't get to the level of detail of actual scripts but we do have examples of the questions we will be asking and the information we will be providing, and this bill premium chart is a good example of just the level of detail we can provide customer when is we talk with them because we will know what tier they're in and can say what your typical bill is like today and what it would like if you stay with the cleanpower sf program. >> it's deeper than the cost. some people see the value and investing in a sustainable future. >> right, and so talking about the product. >> and this is put on. look you will see the increases in your bills and then people might be inclined to opt out if they're not reminded of the value behind the clean sf program. >> i understand and i take your guidance. thank you. >> we have -- go ahead. >> thank you. one of the issues reading through the material was the issue -- it's really an issue of auditing and that is who will determine the pass through cost that pg&e shifts to its shareholders versus t
a vaginal we can trans, don't you? (laughter) now this is very crafty case for gay marriage proponents to bring to the supreme court. as the case sets it is a bit of a trap for conservatives. >> the domo case considers whether someone lived with a domestic party for 35 years should have to pay estate taxes whereas had they been parried as husband and wife she would not have to pay estate taxes. >> jon: there's the question, conservatives, you can eliminate the estate tax for a whole lot of people but only if you let them get gay married. (laughter) it's a veritable reagan's choice. (laughter) what are we going to do? (applause) gay marriage or double taxation. gay marriage or double taxation. obviously the positions on this issue have been well staked out. proponents of gay paerj say their unions are deserving of the same dignity, respect and rights as those of straight couples and are asking for nothing more than equal protection under the law. to which their opponents smartly argue -- >> i've been waiting to ask you this question. >> go on. >> if the space don't love, can three peopl
. >> that's what sold me, was how great this supple tastes. >> since taking supple, i don't have any pain. >> that's just incredible. now, on our last show together, we talked about how the key ingredients in supple are the standard of care for the treatment of joint pain in europe. and really, the response has been amazing. from what i hear, you've been able to help millions of people. >> we're arthritis advocates and the active agents in supple, they've fast become the most used, best-selling joint rebuilding agents of all time. 13 million people are using these all over the world for safe, significant and complete relief, complete relief from all their joint problems. there's no question that supple works. >> and now you're seeing these kinds of results because there's a direct connection between the root causes of joint pain and the lack of core building blocks that your body needs to function properly. >> but it's not just joint pain. >> ok. >> it's also bone pain and muscle pain, overall weakness and fatigue too. all these things are linked to a common nutritional deficiency that's
of the things that could be looked at is exactly what we're talking about here -- i don't know, fee structure, and if there is local generation that occurs that perhaps there is a conversation or some work that looks at those pg&e fees, and since it's really no longer going to be a pg&e provided service because it's generated by a local build out project perhaps there is a financial mechanism that could take place or enacted at that point. i don't know. i don't know if that has happened before or some of the other nationwide programs that exist, but i imagine where that financial relationship begins to shift. >> it could be. the sfpuc has been active at the california public utilities commission ever whenever this issue comes up for evaluation so we're on the look out for opportunities to argue to have only justified and reasonable costs follow potential customers into the cca service provision, so it's not a charge that pays pg&e for kilowatt hours that are provided to the customer. there is no relationship between what the customer consumes in terms of the portfolio serving that custome
, in fact, take on their pet pork barrel projects, even though the pentagon has said we don't want those programs. we don't want those airplanes. congress, instead, votes -- goes ahead and votes for it because it means money and votes back home for many members of congress. so i think that ultimately will be the biggest challenge for secretary of defense chuck hagel if, in fact, he is confirmed, tamron. >> you took issue with what first read pointed out, which is the politics which is what i was starting out the conversation with you regarding, the politics of this, when you have general mcchrystal and we'll play him later today on the "today" show this morning talking about a disconnect between the generals and those leaders of the military and the white house particularly in afghanistan. so it's not asking you to delve in to the politics but face it, it is political. >> reporter: well, you know, the trust between the u.s. military leadership and the civilian leadership is always a very delicate balance. you don't find -- and i guess if you want to strictly define the word politics, the
are supportive of israel. i don't know what his management experience is regarding the pentagon, little, if any. so i think it's an incredibly controversial choice, and it looks like the second term of barack obama is going to be an in your face term. >> reporter: and we should also note that mitch mcconnell, the senate minority leader, the top republican here in the senate, made some softer comments on the other sunday talk shows. he was saying that chuck hagel will get some thorough vetting, will get tough kwequestions, bue was not talking about it in the same stark terms as senator graham. president obama is making this nomination with congress out of town, so there's also time for this nomination to melt away. we'll have to see. >>> i want to take a closer look now at the anti-israel claims against hagel through the eyes of a seasoned diplomat. nicholas burns is a former undersecretary of state. he joins us by phone. good morning, mr. ambassador. >> good morning. >> before we speak, i want to tell people exactly what hagel said that -- those comments that are haunting him today. in one stat
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at the entire bicycle lane issues. i don't think it's major. i think it would be minor when you ask what is the difference between minor and major. minor is a bike lane on mccallister. minor is a bike lane on paige. major is a bike lane running through masonic going through fell. have you seen the amount of cars there? do you see the amount of cars backing in to get on to the bay bridge? do you see the amount of airport shuttles, amount of taxis that are using that route? as i said i'm not here to argue the merits of the route but the city owes it so itself to be a complete impact of the entire plan and all plans in the area. thank you. >> president chiu: next speaker. >> good evening, board members. this is off the bike path real quick because i've been here all day as well and i want to make this comment before it gets too late. i don't know if you all know in your districts, my office down at transport workers union is in receipt of a letter from the agency, the sf mt agency that they're going to cut office over the holiday weekend, not knowing -- i'm pretty sure you don't know about
recognize our wonderful leader in the assembly fee i don't evenna who has joined us today please give her a warm welcome. and for those i do not knows here's a brief background overt last ten years that fee i don't evenna has accomplished in public service she began her public service as a member of the assessment public appeals board and to the john burden done and she was elected to the board of supervisors in 2,002 and pan banned toxic chemicals and toys and led effort to protect local woman and minority business in his contracting practices focused on woman's health and domestic violence suspicious now keep in mind this is a ten year career that i'm condensing into five bullet points? he was a pointed majority and speaker pro testimony making mer her the most senior asian woman in the state of california she pass of the legislation, again like i mentioned she led the evident and continues to lead the effort to pass the high speed rail bonds and looked out for the san franciscoians interest in passing legislation to improve reliability and healthcare child care programs and
that? okay. why don't we open it up to public comment. >> good afternoon again commissioners. eric brook representing san francisco green party and the local organization our city. first a technical point on all of this. i was under the impression and check with dhr on this that the executive position still exists but filled on an interim basis. maybe i am wrong on that but good to make sure you're correct on that from the staff's perspective. i agree bringing it back in house because the next year is going to be really big for clean power sf and some other things and we need somebody that can be available five days a week, 50 weeks a year. i mean that's really going to be important, but the main thing i want to focus on is that the advocates for clean power sf have had some concerns with the way that lafco -- when we originally set set up lafco to work on clean power sf and especially get at the beginning of 2007 and what we needed from lafco and i believe the intention we needed somebody on task for clean power sf itself that could approach the sf puc on many occasions
owners so it's hard for the city to do smart energy and policy if we don't know where we're starting from so we need to benchmark as a city and need property owners to know what their energy use and patterns are within their own property. the second one is to encourage local renewable energy and dg distributed generation and don't need to build new transition needs and local security and keep the dollars in the local economy and to help with us there are a number of recommendations and they're tinkering around the edge of our regulatory process and rules but ultimately we want to work together to drive comprehensive energy policy to support renewables and continue to take the lead on streamlining the processes and working with neighboring jurisdictions to do that as well so we have a standard system bay area wide and include this for local renewals and work with pg&e and we have a robust electric grid downtown and precludes installing renewable energy there and work with the homeowners so they know the options and how to finance it -- >> chair campos. >> commissioner mab. >> can i ask dan
, but there are so many that just do -- that don't do anything behind the walls, which is an issue for us, that when we go when their -- people buy it, but we have to really make sure the homeowner is aware of both. >> something else that is a typical misnomer, i think, remodeling my house, doing a quick renovations before i sell it or try to market it might increase its value. not necessarily always, and not necessarily in all instances. one thing that -- you know, there are different levels of that. it is so important to get professional opinions about your true goals to see if your goals for doing a major improvement for a minor improvement on your property, if those goals line up with the market situation, and how best to reach those goals. maybe there are ways to reach those goals for you, in a personal way that may not involve the heavier remodel. >> let me mention a couple of things. people are coming in to replace a profound asians and to other work that they believe is necessary -- profound foundations and do other work that they believe is necessary. they do things they think should be don
first and how that's anti-semitic i don't know and that's the issue as far as i can tell regarding the rhetoric of hagel. >> john, another issue of particular of those like me on the left is hagel's comments that he made back in 1998 opposing president clinton's ambassador or nominee to be ambassador calling him openly aggressively gay and recently apologized for the comments and you were really instrumental in getting don't ask don't tell repelled so how do people with an equality for lgbt community and square those comments with supporting hagel's nomination? >> well, we obviously were involved in supporting, you know, a lot of lgbt community, the argument is if you served in iraq and afghanistan and three times why are you kicked out when we're redeployed? i think senator hagel will support the president's policy with lgbt equality and i think that senator hagel did a great job to apologize for it. it wasn't an appropriate statement and something i agree with. when it comes down to the issues of the pentagon that's important like nuclear waste and discretionary spending in the b
with that fact, will you? it's his job to defend this country. and he's done a pretty good job of doing it, don't you think? well, the commander in chief said today he wants a former vietnam enlisted guy to be his secretary of defense, a guy who can't walk through an airport metal detector and not get reminded of the shrapnel he took in that sad but heroic american war. the president wants chuck hagel in that post because he thinks like him and has proven he's got the brains to protect this country. hagel long ago proved he's got the heart. don't you think? i don't hate the people trying to stop the president from picking this guy for the job he needs done at the pentagon, but i do recognize their tactics. they're the same ones they used to push the war in iraq. they say they don't like something he said hagel did 14 years ago about a gay man being put up for ambassador. i don't like it either, but, a, it was 14 years ago, and, b, i don't think it's got anything to do with why the hawks are opposing him. since when is the right wing of this country is caring for gay rights? as bill clinton woul
, and if so, what has been the effect on -- [inaudible] >> um, i don't think it's add any significant effect on the -- we're doing well on time. we received 15,000 applications in the last year, 85% were completed in ten working days, and 99.8% within 60 working days in the foreign office. .. and number of questions we want to ask you in relation to these. >> next policy review on this organization would seem disappointed they haven't been involved in the review and also some of the industry her haven't been involved. do you have a particular view on that? with that officials how we do that and as explained to the committee i think in this year in 2012 we have had the protection of that decided including by the way the specific department. >> we have done the things we said we were going to do in the organization. there are new requirements to report from their concerns and i hope they include more information to this. >> they have an objective here in the proposal but we have made >> i would like to start with a couple questions. you keep saying the communities of history -- the so-called c
kobe's 6-6205. imus: don't have time to get into the tale of the tape here, warner. [laughter] and here is another one of dagen's five favorite songs. ♪ ♪ just out of rehab, 28 days clean ♪ ♪ genuine, certified ♪ ♪ when we thought he put that drug in his past ♪ ♪ he walked down and boy done relapsed ♪ ♪ it i just had to laugh, knocked off that horse, you get back on again ♪ ♪ just the way it is and the way it's always been ♪ ♪ no more to the story, yeah, just got again ♪ ♪ knocked off that horse, get back on again ♪ ♪ imus, imus, imus in the morning ♪ ♪ >> less money in your wallet? a record amount spent on food stamps and spending, three big numbers that tell the stewart. good morning, stuart is going to be back tomorrow, today here is the big story. 200 billion dollars, how much spending power the fiscal cliff bill takes out of our pockets accord to go goldman sachs. the combination of payroll tax cuts exspiring and higher rates on the wealthy hitting the economy hard. the second number, 80.4 billion, now, that's a record amount of yo
to say i'm not going to pay my bills unless you stop being stuff? well, then stop buying stuff so you don't have future bills but right now we have to pay the bills that have been incurred. >> shepard: the president said on saturday that he will not compromise over raising the debt ceiling. won't even put that on the table. shannon bream with the news live in washington this afternoon. how you is this strategy work out for republicans, shannon? >> shannon: the president says if they refuse everyone from business owners to average americans will suffer but republicans are calling his bluff saying the debt ceiling gives them leverage that will force democrats to get serious about spending cuts and entitlement reform. here is house republican jim jordan. >> let's do it for a change instead of saying oh, give us more revenue and we promise we will cut spending later. give us more borrowing authority and let us run up the credit card more. we promise we will cut -- this is lucy and charlie brown on the football and the american people are saying we are not going to try to kick it this time. >>
. i'm deborah feyerick in for don lemon. let's get you up to speed. a big announcement expected tomorrow in washington. sources tell cnn that president obama is going to cross party lines and announce former republican senator chuck hagel as his nominee for defense secretary. but hagel has critics on capitol hill even among republicans. the question is his past views on several issues, including israel. >> chuck hagel if confirmed to be secretary of defense would be the most antagonistic secretary of defense toward the state of israel in our nation's history. >> we'll have more in a few moments. >>> help is on the way for people who lost so much during superstorm sandy. president obama signed into law today a $9.7 billion sandy disaster relief package. it was the first legislative action of the new congress. a larger sandy aid package will have to wait. lawmakers will consider $51 billion relief bill on january 15th. some people were outraged after house speaker boehner canceled a vote tuesday on the entire aid package. sandy devastated parts of the northeast more than two month
don't like money put to work on the up ones. particularly down days caused by the washington curse -- ♪ >> that sadly even seem to infect the great rg3 this weekend. these themes work when the market is down hard as it was earlier today before rebounding moderately. first theme, number-one theme -- the return of the banking business as an investable place to put your money. for five years now we've been under pressure, these bank stocks, under pressure -- one thing or another. it may be because they had to fight to survive or they had to flood the market with new capital, raise capital, meet the requirements, deal with the legacy of many bad loans, take on the federal reserve which has pushed rates so low that it's difficult for banks to make money versus the deposits you provide them. right? they lend, it's so little verse us what they're paying you, they can't make it. it's called net interest margin. they can't make enough off of them. at the end of 2012, we began to get a sense that the cloud was lifting, courtesy of a remarkable run in bank of america which doubled and then
of monkey? >> stephanie: i don't really know. >> an ugly monkey. >> stop it! [ buzzer ] >> it is a lovely monkey. >> stephanie: now it is on talking liberally when we touch the monkey. all right. >> it was a behr. now it's a monkey. >> stephanie: speaking of wildlife, how about the turtle on every single sunday show. >> we'll get you another look at him. he was everywhere. >> stephanie: that's a visual. eye candy for the gals. >> because i move so quickly. >> paul ryan. >> stephanie: no no. all right. no six-pack like paul ryan. jacki schechner in the current news center. >> good morning. secretary of state hillary clinton is back to work this week. today, in fact, after hospitalization for a blood clot in a vein in her head, she left new york presbyterian hospital five days ago and according to the state department has been keeping up with work via memos and talking with her staff. she has a series of meetings including three scheduled at the white house. she's expected to give up her spot as secretary of state in a few weeks. president obama has already announced he's nominated senator
to lift that ceiling. the republicans don't. and it appears we're heading for another "thelma and louise" ride to the edge. remember -- they went over. we'll discuss that possibility next week with paul krugman, the nobel laureate in economics and "new york times" columnist whose bestselling book, "end this depression now!" calls for full employment as an alternative to austerity. read it, then send us the question you would like me to put to paul krugman. meanwhile, another reality beckons and there's a menace more threatening than the fiscal cliff ever was. what should really be scaring the daylights out of us -- the crisis which could make all the others irrelevant -- is global warming. get this one wrong and it's over -- not just for the usa, but for planet earth. that's the message delivered by hurricane sandy, and by almost all the extreme weather of the past two years. and here in the first month of the new year, it's the message from the most informed scientists in the world. they're scared, for real. and they say that unless we slow the release of global emissions from fossil fu
and social security barcia you don't want to pay our billions you do that in public. we're not even going to talk to you. the white house i think is going to buck up and do what the left wants. in terms of the debt limit, it's a sequester where you're going to see a lot more of a messy -- andrea: on the debt limit, is the white house prepared to actually go over that limit and >> i think they think in the end -- andrea: another game of chicken. >> the republicans always say they won't do it. of course we won't default. but then they -- >> and you've got a house speaker who has been threatened here. and he now has that right flank. and he's going to stand firm. and the polls show in the country by the way, that when you ask people would you like some balance, which everyone seems to be talking about, the answer is yes. and they understand that they got this -- the tax issue done so now they're going to look at spending cuts. andrea: gloria, i want to show all of us something here. just to remind us of a different time. this is an image that says a lot about what washington used to be. tom
. but we have our problems, and these include environmental degradation, we don't have enough clean water, we don't have an of clean energy to support a growing population. we have not develop the technologies to solve those problems. here at home we have a very high unemployment rate. and of course, we have a generation of aging baby boomers, like myself, who are wondering how we are going to support ourselves and our retirement. these are all big problems. my thesis is that we will get much further toward solving them if we can engage the power of the private sector to contribute to peace and prosperity. i tell people, i love corporations. i study them the way jane goodall studies chimpanzees. and i appreciate their potential to help solve those problems, to provide jobs to people who need to make a living, and provide decent investment returns. to come up with the technologies that can help us have a more sustainable future where we are in harmony with the environment and the planet. a lot of corporations are doing those things, but not as well as corporations could. corporations could
even though you are younger than i am you have you have been a mentor to me on the board we don't always agree on thing but you have always been there everyday i needed help, advise and there have been times when we disagreed and i remember after the nudity hearing and committee when someone announced that we were a block and they agree on he have gone and that might be true for me and carmen i think we good agree on a lot of stuff but sean and i have disagreements they are always lopsided votes and there was the dogs in the golden gate area and we had a spirited debate about that and then there was the only time that i have been at the losing end of a ten to when vote was a routine procedural vote to split the file on prop d that time and sean was a little i couldn't remembery with me that day because it was a final significant to pull out a cell phone appeal from our strict and that appeal came up and low and behold it got scheduled on sean's birth day and he was grumpy with me and we tosselled over that and i loss ten to one and so whether we are on the same side or are havin
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